Developer Plaza Partners has proposed a new mid-rise condo for Toronto’s Cabbagetown South community.
In mid-December, a rezoning application was submitted to city planners to build a 10-storey mixed-use condo building with 92 units and retail space at 401 Dundas Street East. The developer has a range of apartment projects in planning across the city, including 6035 Bathurst Street and 374 Dupont Street.
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The development site is situated on the south side of Dundas Street East, just west of Parliament Street. Berkeley and Milan streets flank the lot to the east and west, while Coatsworth Street borders the site to the south. The square lot spans 13,720 square feet, and is occupied by a two-storey commercial building and surface parking with driveway access off of Dundas Street East.
The new mid-rise building would encompass 73,043 square feet of gross floor area, with the ground floor dedicated to service space and a 3,210 square-foot retail unit fronting onto Dundas Street East. The residential lobby would be accessible off of Milan Street, sharing the ground floor with a lobby, visitor bicycle parking area, dog wash, parcel room and 494 square-foot indoor amenity space, according to the application’s architectural drawings.
Indoor and outdoor amenity space would be built on the second floor, which the architectural drawings have labeled as an event or flex space, along with a kitchen, yoga and gym room. A total of 4,337 feet square has been allotted for amenities throughout the building.
The 92 condo units would be broken down into 16 bachelor suites, 30 one-bedroom, 18 one-bedroom-plus-den, 17 two-bedroom, one two-bedroom-plus-den and 10 three-bedroom units. According to the application’s project data sheet, suite sizes will range from 445 to 1,194 square feet.